Science Club

(202) 775-0747 | View Website

1136 19th St NW, Washington, DC | Directions   20036

38.904810 -77.043499

Open Hours

Mon-Wed 5pm-2am

Thu-Fr 5pm-3am

Sat 8pm-3am

 
Bars & Clubs, Nightclubs, Singles Bars  more

More Categories: Restaurants

Bar & Club Special Features: 21 & Over, After Work, DJ, Outdoor Seating, Private Parties

Bar & Pub Special Features: Dance Floor, Happy Hour

Health Food Store Products: Vegan Foods

Cuisine: Vegan

Payment Methods: American Express, Discover, MasterCard, Visa

Dress Code: Dressy Casual

Neighborhoods: Northwest, Northwest Washington, Connecticut Ave/ K Street

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Science Club

From The Owners of Science Club

With a name like Science Club, you'd expect nerds or a big dance floor. You'd be wrong on both counts.

Menu
Scharffenberger, Brut, Mendocino, Santa Margherita, Prosecco, Italy, Veuve Clicquot Ponsardin, Brut, Reims, 2006 Sauvignon Blanc, Veramonte, Casablanca, Chile, 2006 Chardonnay, Mezzacorona, Italy, 2006 Pinot Gris, Earth, Willamette Valley, Oregon, Blend of Nine White Grapes, Evolution, Oregon, Gruner Veltliner, Ott, Donauland, Austria, 2007 Carmenere, Santa Rita 120, Chile, 2006 Malbec, Los Cardos, Mendoza, Argentina... more

Reviews for Science Club

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3.0
over a year ago

A creative bar in a low-key area of town – I was excited to try out Science Club for the first time a few weeks ago. I had heard many people rave about its creative decor and interesting crowds. Upon entering Science Club I was caught off guard by the techno music blasting in the back room. The music didn't quite seem to go with the rest of the atmosphere but I wanted to give the bar a fair shot. The beakers holding lemons and limes on the bar added to its creative name, adding to the vibe of the place. I was encouraged to try the french fries when scanning the list of food on the menu. Although I was a little disappointed in the lack of appetizer items, I was glad when my plate of fries came out. Not only did I devour the entire plate in less than ten minutes but I cannot wait to go back for more. My overall feeling of Science Club was a chill crowd, decent for a night out with friends, however, the bar lacked anything special other than the decor.

A++ in french fries, but C-- in music

Recommends
over a year ago

Citysearch Editorial Review – Despite rumors that this bar used to be home to the geniuses of National Geographic, Farragut West's Science Club received its name when owner Steve Maguire saw the space and thought it was reminiscent of an old experimental lab. Opening in 2006, he took the theme and ran with it, creating a cozy, multi-level bar with nods to the scientific--a lab coat here, a blackboard there. But ban flashbacks of the days of Bunsen burners; Science Club isn’t an exclusive meeting place for eggheads. Instead, after-work professionals and neighborhood locals gather to converse over a glass of wine, take shots after a brutal day, or shake their money-makers on the dance floor. (Photo courtesy of Steve Maguire, Science Club.)

 

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